Amsterdam
14 November 2016
Reporter: Stephanie Palmer

Bax joins Euroclear board for ESES


Euroclear has appointed Marieke Bax to the board of its Euronext-Zone Securities (ESES) central securities depositories (CSDs), as a non-executive director.

Bax brings significant non-executive and boardroom experience to the role, and will work across the CSDs in Belgium, France and the Netherlands.

Previously, Bax was a strategic advisor to KPMG Netherlands. She is also currently interim executive director of the Enterprise Division Court of Appeal in the Netherlands, chair of the audit committee supervisory board at Vion Food, and a board member at Crédit Lyonnais Securities Asia.

She has also been named as one of the 100 most influential corporate women in the Netherlands, by Management Scope magazine.

Lieve Mostrey, chair of the ESES CSDs, commented: “Marieke Bax’s significant international management and board-level experience, her focus on corporate governance and developing talent, will bring considerable value to the board.”

Bax added: “I am excited to be joining the boards of Euroclear’s ESES CSDs. I look forward to contributing to Euroclear’s efforts to navigate the changing financial landscape in Europe as it continues to support clients in Belgium, France, the Netherlands and beyond.”

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